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Higher Ed Administrative Careers - Student Affairs/Student services
The primary responsibility of the Associate Director (AD) of Community Life is to meet with students to address alleged violations of the code of conduct for on-campus and off-campus students. The AD must have a clear understanding of student development theory and practice, policies and procedures relating to student conduct processes, as well as the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA). The AD is personally responsible for providing direction to two to four Resident Directors pertaining to the discipline of students on the residence halls. It is the duty of each AD to keep the Director(s) in the Office of Community Life (OCL) abreast of any discipline, personal, physical, spiritual or emotional problems involving the student population. Working independently and exercising good judgment and discretion, an AD is directly responsible to and assists the Associate Dean of Students and/or the OCL Director(s) in whatever areas deemed necessary. Because it is the Student Affairs personnel’s responsibility to provide direction and support for any crisis-oriented situation that may arise, a Student Affairs representative is on call twenty-four hours a day, as assigned on a rotation basis. While on-call, Student Affairs personnel need to be available for contact via the on-call phone and maintain internet connectivity. The on-call schedule is published at the beginning of each semester. Student Affairs personnel are also responsible for updating electronic files and keeping complete and accurate records of student situations.
A completed Master’s degree with a concentration in higher education, student development, counseling, pastoral studies, biblical studies or a related field is required. Well-developed written and verbal communications skills are required.
Proficient in Microsoft Word and Outlook and working knowledge of Microsoft Office suite and related software.
Internal Number: 32777
About Liberty University
Liberty University offers a world-class education with a solid biblical foundation, equipping students with values, knowledge, and skills essential for success. We are committed to cultivating leaders who bring statesmanship, integrity, service, and excellence into every area of human governance, whether in politics and policy, the law, international relations, criminal justice, national security, or public administration. Our faculty is highly accomplished in these disciplines, bringing both academic excellence and vital practical experience to the classroom.